What Great Service Leaders Know and Do
Creating Breakthroughs in Service Firms
How can companies design a strategy to compete with the fast-growing, complex service sector?By James Heskett , W. Earl Sasser and Leonard A. Schlesinger Read by Wayne Shepherd Business & Investing / Nonfiction / Self-Help`strong> English, Unabridged 7h 23m Sell Sheet Also available on
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Part of the Berrett-Koehler on Dreamscape series.
The service sector has grown to become 80% of the US economy, yet it's poised for a revolution in personalization, big data, and complexity. The authors begin by reviewing their own foundational work, testing the durability of concepts they've helped develop, such as customer and employee value equations and the service profit chain. Then they move on to look at every aspect of optimal service leadership: the use - and misuse - of technology in delivering top-level service; and practices that can transform loyal customers into owners who will help you develop new services, refine existing ones, and recommend your company so enthusiastically they essentially become marketers. The book concludes with a look at the challenges and trends that will shape service leadership in years to come.